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Grevillea 'Granya Glory'

ORIGIN: Grevillea 'Granya Glory' was selected from the wild by Neil Marriott at Mt. Granya in N.E. Victoria. It may be a hybrid from G.lanigera and G. polybractea. The applicant is Neil Marriott. The cultivar was submitted for registration in March 1987. The application was received from Mr. Neil Marriott, Stawell, Victoria

DESCRIPTION: This cultivar has larger and broader leaves than either parent and the normally grey/green foliage has an attractive plum/green colour for several months. The inflorescences and individual flowers are larger and showier than either parent. It grows to 0.4 by 1.0m and is a medium dense shrub. Flowers August to February. The inflorescences are approx. 4 by 4cm and are rose red and cream.

DIAGNOSIS: Larger and broader leaves and larger inflorescences than either of its parents.

CULTIVATION: Very hardy to drought. Frost hardy to -6C.

COLOUR CODE: RHS 1989.

perianth: close to red purple 61D

stigma: 61A (silver hairs give a lighter appearance)

foliage: 139A (top surface)

ACRA REFERENCES: ACC391/462, ACRA446, CBG8313231/8909279.

ACCEPTED FOR REGISTRATION ON: 21 November 2000